Founder of The Early Warning Report
Richard Maybury is widely regarded as one of the top free-market writers in America. His articles have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today and other major publications.
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President of Henry Madison Research, Inc., Mr. Maybury is a world-renowned author, lecturer and analyst who consults with business firms and individuals in the U.S. and Europe.
Mr. Maybury is often compared to General Billy Mitchell. You may remember that Mitchell foretold the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor; he was one of those rare individuals with the amazing knack for seeing through the “conventional wisdom” and political smoke screens, to spot crucial new trends – the kind that catch most other experts by surprise.
Throughout the 1990s, Mr. Maybury warned about a coming world war between Washington and Muslims, but few listened, just as few listened to Mitchell.
Ever since 9-11, thousands have been hanging on Mr. Maybury’s every word. Subscribers who have been taking his advice — to invest in things that do well in wartime — have been reaping astounding profits.
Mr. Maybury calls his viewpoint “Juris Naturalism,” which means the belief in a natural law that is higher than any government’s law. This, incidentally, was also the philosophy of Thomas Jefferson, George Washington and the other American founders.
“Let me be very clear about this,” Mr. Maybury states. “I’m proud of my viewpoint and do not try to hide it behind a smokescreen of phony objectivity. I believe political power is the most evil thing humans ever discovered. It corrupts the morals and the judgment.”
Mr. Maybury has written 22 books and monographs, including his Uncle Eric series of books, which focus on economics, law and history. He has been interviewed on more than 250 radio and TV shows across America, on topics ranging from monetary policy, investments and business cycles to the geopolitics of the Mideast oil region and former Soviet Union, as well as U.S. foreign policy.
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“I first got paid for my writing in 1970,” says Richard Maybury. He was a freelance writer in the days before his U.S. & World Early Warning Report.
He made investors a lot of money back when Paul Volcker was forced to restore confidence in the dollar. It was a great gold-buying opportunity.
What’s Mr. Maybury’s guesswork about today’s Fed? Is it going to tighten or loosen monetary policy?
What’s going to happen to the price of gold in the short-term and the long-term?
How does the Fed injecting money into “malinvestments” create “hot spots”? How can investors profit from understanding this manipulation?
“You gotta know when to hold ’em and know when to fold ’em.” People who follow a fixed plan are in for trouble.
Can you trust your broker who follows the Keynesian economic plan to make the wisest investment for you?
“The interest rate isn’t the heat wave. It’s the measurement of the heat wave,” counsels Mr. Maybury.
Patrick asks, “Why does the Fed have to unwind its balance sheet?”
Why is the Fed afraid of runaway inflation, and how do they use creative accounting? Are they really counterfeiting money?
“Money responds to the law of supply and demand just like everything else. Do not pay attention to the CPI.”
Look at prices on everything: stocks, copper, Bitcoin, and so forth.
What is an example of today’s runaway inflation? Is Bitcoin a good investment?
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are about trading electrons. “For a small fee, I can throw in some protons and neutrons,” quips Mr. Maybury.
When you send your children to public school, who raises them? Are they really raised by the teacher or by other kids?
When the government offers you money, should you accept it?
Why are elections “terrible”? “If you elect me, I’ll rob your neighbors and give the money to you.”
A listener asks about the rising housing market and the food supply shortage.
How long should your emergency food supply last?
What happens when the government puts price controls on products?
Glen asks about the global corporate tax. Can it actually happen, and is it Constitutional?
Not everyone is driven by a desire for money. Some people want to push other people around. The One World Government is driven by control. Bullies go into politics “and they have plans for you.”
What was the cause of the American Civil War, and are we headed in that direction now?
Was slavery the only issue in the Civil War? Were all the slaves freed or just some of them?
Why did Mr. Maybury name his company Henry Madison Research? Was he influenced by The Federalist Papers and Patrick Henry?
Is today’s mainstream media creating racism and sexism?
Patrick reads a recent story about children being able to choose their own pronouns on a cereal box (he, she, or they) or make up their own gender preference.